A log cabin residence with small surrounding log buildings is pictured. The area is rural and fenced in. People are scattered about and a man on a horse is pictured. The postcard is a photograph of a sketch or a print. Sepia tone.
A man in hat and glasses is lying on the ground holding a rifle, with the barrel of the rifle resting on a log. A second man is sitting to his left with a long straight stick in his left hand. Eight other men and boys also appear in the photograph...
A man wearing a hat is lying on the ground holding a rifle, the barrel of which rests on a log. Another man stands to his left. Jesse Lasky is among the ten other men and boys who also appear in the photograph.
A mountain cabin with an oak-shingle roof. The cabin is made of logs and wooden planks. A horse stands in front of the cabin with a small boy on its back. Three men stand near the horse: one at its rear and two in front.
A simple log cabin is depicted. According to the text, the home is The Hermitage of Andrew Jackson, built in 1804. The print was inspired by an image from the collection of the Ladies' Hermitage Association in Nashville, Tennessee.
A small blonde boy who appears to be between 6 and 8 years of age stands with producer Jesse L. Lasky in front of a small barn with a gabled roof. Both the barn and its roof appear to be in good repair. Hanging on either side of the barn door are a...
A wooden sign attached to a carved log post built by the Civilian Conservation Corps in Picket State Park. The sign reads, "Fires Decrease Wealth." A wooden fence can be seen in the background in front of a heavily forested area.
Angled view of a dilapidated single-room school on a barren yard. The building is constructed of hewn logs. Wide chinks are visible between the planks. Two rows of single-paned windows run along the side of the structure.
Cover of a program announcing "Presbyterian Day" on October 28, 1897, at the Tennessee Centennial Exposition. The center of the program features an image of a log cabin, and each corner of the program has the names of persons associated with the...
Etching of the second Hermitage featuring a front view of the house and side building surrounded by trees with horses in the foreground. The original inspiration image is credited to the collection of Mr. Herbert Fletcher.